Thanks for your interest in QCAD.
rck3626 wrote:I would like to know whether there is a QCAD license that would allow me to install it on an application server to run in 'batch' mode. QCAD would receive jobs from a queue, process them and output dxf files. Users would submit data via a simple web form and receive their dxf file via email.
Yes, for that kind of use case, we offer a server license:http://www.ribbonsoft.com/shop/product. ... roduct=206
I guess I would have to bring C++, ECMAScript and QCAD API expertise into the business. Is there a QCAD bundle that has everything I need to install as described above.
The ECMAScript interface of QCAD gives you access to almost the entire API of Qt and QCAD. The Qt API offers generic functionality such as user interface components, database access, networking, multimedia, XML, etc.
The QCAD API offers the CAD specific functionality on top of that.
For more details and possibilities about licensing, please refer to our web site at:http://www.qcad.org/en/license
A brief introduction into the scripting capabilities of QCAD is available at:http://www.qcad.org/en/qcad-documentati ... -scripting